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Safe Cracking, a users guide.


There is something happening over on Imgur. There seems to be an awful lot of safes hanging around in peoples homes that are in need of opening and there is a new trend/meme of people posting images of the safes they have found in their new homes and they are showing us the opening procedure and the resulting contents, it is ... Read More »

50 Great Life Hacks to simplify your life!

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Not sure who gathers these amazing ideas but thank you people at Twisted Sister….these have changed my world, or they will…now all I have to do is start collecting paper clips, toilet rolls, rubber bands and all those other things I’ve been trying to get rid of….. Most of these came from a great post on tumblr. There is also a ... Read More »

WW2 Campaign posters you may not have thought of!


Some intriguing posters from WW2. Between 1939-1945 “Housewives” were encouraged to save cooking fats for use in bombs, stink bombs on a massively destructive scale! Don’t waste bread, if you save those slices the Nazi U-boat threat will….err…. well…. will be….just dont eat all the bread ok! Don’t forget to do your wars bonds!     Read More »

Rare colour film of 1927 London


From deathandtaxes.com Shot in 1927 by Claude Friese-Greene using a technique that his father had innovated, and dug out by the handy bods at the BFI this is potentially the first-ever color film footage shot around London. Quite spooky and really interesting to see how much the capital has changed. Old buses, advertising everywhere and  the guys on Petticoat Street going ... Read More »

Nasa creates 6000 mile panoramic picture….. and it is stunning!


On April 12, 2013, the Nasa Landsat Data Continuity Mission (LDCM) reached its final orbit, 705 kilometers (438 miles) above Earth. One week later, the satellite’s natural-color imager scanned a swath of land 185-kilometers wide and 9,000 kilometers long (120 by 6,000 miles)—an unusual, unbroken distance considering 70 percent of Earth is covered with water. That flight path—depicted on the ... Read More »

The Story Of Vaseline.

A tub of Vaseline

R0bert Peary took it to the North Pole. There’s a song in its honor. It makes smiles sparkle. It’s used to coat the feet of vending machines to keep pests out. It controls unruly hair. People put it on chickens to prevent frostbite. It protects baby’s bottoms, and is invaluable to virgins. A tycoon swore eating a spoonful a day ... Read More »

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